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  • gioppolino

    Hello everyone,
    I’m new here, so sorry if I it’s not the right post.

    On my Gold I received the offer of £20 cash back when you spend £100 on Averys.
    They have at the moment a £40 pound off if you spend more than £107 for 12 bottles. (+free delivery and also 2 glasses)

    So that means that if you spend £140 you get £40 off from Averys + £20 off From Amex (£60 off)

    That makes £6.7 per bottle which is quite a good price here in the UK.

    buchanan101

    @alig4th

    yes, very useful thanks.

    they need to fix that link at Amex

    StanTheMan

    Hello everyone,
    I’m new here, so sorry if I it’s not the right post.

    On my Gold I received the offer of £20 cash back when you spend £100 on Averys.
    They have at the moment a £40 pound off if you spend more than £107 for 12 bottles. (+free delivery and also 2 glasses)

    So that means that if you spend £140 you get £40 off from Averys + £20 off From Amex (£60 off)

    That makes £6.7 per bottle which is quite a good price here in the UK.

    Yes indeed, the joy of double dipping – used a similar process with great success to clean Averys out of Platinum edition whispering angel last Spring.

    SamG

    Details from Chat Agent (slightly edited order and format, but locations/addresses are verbatim):

    “…
    Offer name – The Ivy Collection – Spend £120 or more, get £20 back
    Below is the list of participating locations

    THE IVY OXFORD BRASSERIE – UNIT MSU04 AB, 20 NEW CHANGE, LONDON, ENGLAND, EC4M 9AG

    Definitely the wrong address for that one, it should be:- 120-121 High St, Oxford OX1 4DF

    This has been ongoing issue for ages. It posts as Ivy Asia St Pauls and then doesn’t credit. Not great service in there either so best avoided if possible!

    meta

    Re: onefinestay I take back about $200 for supps. Only on main card. I was accidentally logging into my father’s account and I thought it was mine.

    Thrillington

    [When asked for a Chat ref in case there’s a problem with the credit, rep wrote:]

    If you make the charge as per the offer terms and conditions on the eligible/participating location, there would be no any issue.”

    Hope people find this useful.

    Uh huh – that’s reassuring!

    Jokes aside, appreciate you sharing the list, thanks.

    alig4th

    [When asked for a Chat ref in case there’s a problem with the credit, rep wrote:]

    If you make the charge as per the offer terms and conditions on the eligible/participating location, there would be no any issue.”

    Hope people find this useful.

    Uh huh – that’s reassuring!

    Jokes aside, appreciate you sharing the list, thanks.

    I know. I’d normally have launched into a rant along the lines of “it should be no issue, but myself, a bunch of family members, and a lot of people on a forum I read have had repeated issues with credits not posting and needing to chase after 90 days, so I’m really not putting in a lot of faith in your assurances, thanks” with the poor rep, but given he had given me what I needed on this occasion I thought I’d give them a break… And to be fair, the PayPal, £5 for £25 spend, and Dining Credit offers have been posting pretty quick recently…

    kcg

    A question on the Air France offer. Has anyone made a qualifying spending and also received the statement credit of £200 without any issues?

    My partner and I made a purchase once per person (main and supplementary card) three weeks ago, but none of the offers was triggered automatically. When both of us contacted Amex using chat separately, we were just reassured our spending qualified and the credit will be added, and they did not offer to manually add the credit, in contrast to what they used to do…

    Andrew J

    A question on the Air France offer. Has anyone made a qualifying spending and also received the statement credit of £200 without any issues?

    My partner and I made a purchase once per person (main and supplementary card) three weeks ago, but none of the offers was triggered automatically. When both of us contacted Amex using chat separately, we were just reassured our spending qualified and the credit will be added, and they did not offer to manually add the credit, in contrast to what they used to do…

    They stopped doing manual credits a year or so ago – they will only send to the “back office” now and only do a manual credit 90 days after the offer has closed.

    Andrew.

    £50 Rebate on a £250 spend at Selfridges. Expires 12/11/22

    Skywalker

    £50 Rebate on a £250 spend at Selfridges. Expires 12/11/22

    Saved, and spent! Email came through immediately to say offer used – seen on Platinum.

    Thanks 😀

    Andrew.

    Spend £20, get £5 back at Co-op. Check if your local Co-op is participating though, most of the co-ops near me are mid-counties and are not on the list.

    Spend £200 get £50 back at the D&D gift shop. Seems quite a lot to spend on little elves, trolls and generous bosomed warrior princesses to paint – but if that’s your thing…

    Angelamc11

    Spend 1000 get 200 off Quantas
    Spend 1200 get 200 off KLM

    On Marriott and Bus Plat

    Charles Martel

    Noticed these on my ARCC this morning:

    Qantas: Spend £1000, get £200 back (expires 30/11/2022)
    KLM: Spend £1200, get 200 back (expires 29/11/2022)

    mark2

    Spend in France: Save to Card to get a £35 GBP statement credit when you make a single, eligible transaction of £175+ at participating Shop in France brand(s) by 16/4/2023. Valid up to three times, once per participating brand per Card.
    mostly winter sports related, but also Galleries Lafayette Paris.

    mark2

    Coop on additional cards too. Useful for paying on PayPoint e.g. council tax.

    But only 4485 cards; I shall use 11

    Andrew J

    Spend in France: Save to Card to get a £35 GBP statement credit when you make a single, eligible transaction of £175+ at participating Shop in France brand(s) by 16/4/2023. Valid up to three times, once per participating brand per Card.
    mostly winter sports related, but also Galleries Lafayette Paris.

    And the Paris Bicester if you’re going to Disneyland and want to escape for a few hours – 1 stop on the train/short drive.

    morgan

    A question on the Air France offer. Has anyone made a qualifying spending and also received the statement credit of £200 without any issues?

    My partner and I made a purchase once per person (main and supplementary card) three weeks ago, but none of the offers was triggered automatically. When both of us contacted Amex using chat separately, we were just reassured our spending qualified and the credit will be added, and they did not offer to manually add the credit, in contrast to what they used to do…

    Also chased them last week, four weeks after qualifying spend. Chat told me to wait max 90 days.

    sdahl38

    Charles Thyrwhitt has an offer on that combined with the AMEX spend £100 get £20 back works out to a very good deal. Their offer is 4 shirts for £139. With code AUTUMNLOOK it is reduced to £119 + FREE DELIVERY. Applies for Polo’s as well. With AMEX offer it is 4 shirts for £99 and free delivery.

    BuildBackBetter

    Charles Thyrwhitt has an offer on that combined with the AMEX spend £100 get £20 back works out to a very good deal. Their offer is 4 shirts for £139. With code AUTUMNLOOK it is reduced to £119 + FREE DELIVERY. Applies for Polo’s as well. With AMEX offer it is 4 shirts for £99 and free delivery.

    4 for £99 used to be the regular price pre-covid.

    alig4th

    Also chased them last week, four weeks after qualifying spend. Chat told me to wait max 90 days.

    Set a reminder for 91 days and expect to have to chase again, based on experience. They’ll post it there and then.

    SteveJ

    On my Plat the Bicester offer runs until 27/10 so basically 3 weeks! Usually have a lot longer than that?

    Spend £300 get £40 back (Plat)
    Spend £200 get £30 back (BAPP)

    And a third iteration on my Plat: spend £150, get £25.

    Seems to clearly state a “single transaction” in the offer, but cumulative may work in practice though.

    Anyone have any data points on whether cumulative works in practice for this Bicester offer? (I have £200/£30)

    I have Hackett and Thyrwitt codes that should in principle stack, hence trying not to go down the gift card route if possible.

    EG

    Just checked for my stay in Geneva and Marriott offers don’t stack as the participating list is different. £400 for £100 off list looks more premium.

    If I have 2 Marriott offers on 1 card, do these stack together? TIA

    Did anyone ever find out if these offers are stackable? Some hotels feature on both lists and I managed to save both offers to my Gold card.

    TIA

    Angelamc11

    Just checked for my stay in Geneva and Marriott offers don’t stack as the participating list is different. £400 for £100 off list looks more premium.

    If I have 2 Marriott offers on 1 card, do these stack together? TIA

    Did anyone ever find out if these offers are stackable? Some hotels feature on both lists and I managed to save both offers to my Gold card.

    TIA

    Which hotels are on both lists?

    EG

    Just checked for my stay in Geneva and Marriott offers don’t stack as the participating list is different. £400 for £100 off list looks more premium.

    If I have 2 Marriott offers on 1 card, do these stack together? TIA

    Did anyone ever find out if these offers are stackable? Some hotels feature on both lists and I managed to save both offers to my Gold card.

    TIA

    Which hotels are on both lists?

    I was looking at Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf Hotel – seems to feature on both lists.

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